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One of the aspects of blogging that I enjoy is the interactivity with readers in the comments that follow a blog post. However, to maintain some order in the system, comments need to relate directly to the subject of the blog. So when readers bring up an entirely new subject in the comments section, after [...]
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The great and good of the British political and media class assembled at a huge banquet at the Institute of Directors in Pall Mall last night. Boris Johnson, senior ministers up to Cabinet rank, Labour grandees including Ed Miliband’s most senior adviser, a billionaire Tory donor, household name journalists and famous broadcasters were all present. [...]
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Ismena Clout may not be a familiar name to people outside the breast cancer community, or those who did not read her contributions to The Independent and the Huffington Post, in which she blogged regularly about her disease. Ismena was one of the growing number of young women (and men) who are diagnosed with breast [...]
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We measure out the turn of the year with familiar rituals: All Hallows, Bonfire Night, Remembrance Sunday. Plus, of course, my annual blog about how autumn is the finest season, nowhere finer than on this island. It’s the combination of beauty and yearning, of gorgeousness and wistfulness, that makes these days so exquisite. Art is chiefly [...]
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In February 2014, while promoting his World War Two film, The Monuments Men, Hollywood A-List actor George Clooney declared that Britain should send the Elgin Marbles back to Greece. Despite claiming they came from the Pantheon in Rome rather than the Parthenon in Athens (and also that they had been taken by Lord “Eljin”), he [...]
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How peaceful the Spava seems now, the autumn colours reflected in its stately flow. In May, the river savagely burst its banks, devastating parts of Croatia, Bosnia and Serbia, displacing thousands of people. I’m blogging from Eastern Slavonia, where I’m with a team of Centre-Right politicians from all over Europe helping to repair some of [...]
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How can we explain British students who refuse to commemorate the Holocaust because that would be ‘eurocentric’, refuse to condemn ISIS because that would encourage ‘Islamophobia’ and refuse to support the Kurds on the grounds that it would be ‘warmongering’? Part of the explanation is this: a ‘new paradigm of progressive thought’ is dominant on [...]
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As I point out repeatedly, the debate about EU migration and free movement has two separate, but related, dimensions: “fairness” – who can access what benefits and when; and “volume” – how many migrants come to the UK every year. So far, David Cameron has been sticking to fairness, seeking to change the EU rules [...]
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In another grubby move Craig Oliver, Downing Street Director of Communications, has leaked to the Daily Mail a text message he sent to me after my Newsnight appearance on Tuesday night. Mr Oliver said that I was “tired and emotional”. Anyone who watches my Newsnight appearance can see that I was sober. The Downing Street [...]
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